Synthetic resins or natural rubbers -- part of the class 520 ser – Synthetic resins – Processes of preparing a desired or intentional composition...
524109, 524110, 524265, 524308, 524317, 524332, 524376, 524377, 524378, 525409, 525462, C08K 506, C08K 537, C08L 6900
A thermoplastic polycarbonate molding composition comprising a polycarbonate resin and a stabilizing agent is disclosed. Containing (i) a polyether polyol and (ii) an aromatic disulfide, the agent imparts to the composition improved resistance to gamma-radiation-induced color change. Articles molded from the composition of the invention are suitable for the preparation of gamma-radiation sterilizable medical equipment.
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Lundy Charles E.
Powell Douglas G.
Buttner David J.
Gil Joseph C.
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